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Energy > Geothermal power use: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Annual utilization of geothermal power from direct-use sources in GWh/yr as of 2000.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH
1 China 8,724 2000
2 United States 5,640 2000
3 Iceland 5,603 2000
4 Turkey 4,377 2000
5 New Zealand 1,967 2000
6 Georgia 1,752 2000
7 Russia 1,703 2000
8 Japan 1,621 2000
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 1,485 2000
9 France 1,360 2000
10 Sweden 1,147 2000
11 Mexico 1,089 2000
12 Italy 1,048 2000
High income OECD countries average (profile) 846.35 2000
13 Romania 797 2000
14 Hungary 785 2000
NATO countries average (profile) 752.73 2000
15 India 699 2000
16 Switzerland 663 2000
17 Serbia and Montenegro 660 2000
18 Slovakia 588 2000
19 Israel 476 2000
20 Bulgaria 455 2000
21 Austria 447 2000
22 Algeria 441 2000
23 Germany 436 2000
24 Jordan 428 2000
25 Canada 284 2000
26 Slovenia 196 2000
27 Lithuania 166 2000
28 Croatia 154 2000
29 Republic of Macedonia 142 2000
30 Finland 134 2000
31 Argentina 125 2000
32 Greece 107 2000
33 Australia 82 2000
34 Poland 76 2000
35 Colombia 74 2000
36 Tunisia 48 2000
37 Czech Republic 36 2000
=38 Belgium 30 2000
=38 Guatemala 30 2000
40 Denmark 21 2000
41 Netherlands 16 2000
42 Peru 14 2000
43 Indonesia 12 2000
44 Portugal 10 2000
45 Norway 9 2000
46 Philippines 7 2000
=47 Nepal 6 2000
=47 United Kingdom 6 2000
49 Honduras 5 2000
=50 Thailand 4 2000
=50 Venezuela 4 2000
52 Kenya 3 2000
53 Chile 2 2000

Citation

"Countries Compared by Energy > Geothermal power use. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", Lund and Freeston; Proceedings of the World Geothermal Congress 2000. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Energy/Geothermal-power-use

Energy > Geothermal power use: Countries Compared Map

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Interesting observations about Energy > Geothermal power use

United States ranked first for geothermal power use amongst High income OECD countries in 2000.
France ranked first for geothermal power use amongst European Union in 2000.
China ranked first for geothermal power use amongst Emerging markets in 2000.
United Kingdom ranked last for geothermal power use amongst Group of 7 countries (G7) in 2000.
Iceland ranked first for geothermal power use amongst NATO countries in 2000.
Turkey ranked second for geothermal power use amongst Europe in 2000.
Australia ranked third last for geothermal power use amongst Non-religious countries in 2000.
All of the top 2 countries by geothermal power use are Cold countries'.
33 of the bottom 45 countries by geothermal power use are Christian.
Italy ranked second for geothermal power use amongst Eurozone in 2000.

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The graph represents the annual utilization of geothermal power from direct-use sources in GWh/yr as of 2000.
It says that in the definition on the top & bottom.

Posted on 31 Jul 2011

Person5

Person5

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Using geothermal energy can lower sea level.

Posted on 27 Nov 2010

yo

yo

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This is great. the US should step it up though

Posted on 10 Apr 2010

DIX

DIX

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A unique way to conserve energy.keep it up.I wish Manikaran in HP and Puga valley in Ladakh all the best!!!!!

Posted on 06 Feb 2010

devvrat joshi

devvrat joshi

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I think that geothermal is an amasing source for out world. If we use this we could change the world!

Posted on 24 May 2009

Chandler Christensen

Chandler Christensen

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